It is 2003, and U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer
Roy Miller (Matt Damon) and his team of inspectors have
been dispatched by their commanders to find weapons
believed to be stockpiled in the Iraqi desert. Rocketing
from one booby-trapped and treacherous site to the
next, the men search for deadly chemical agents but
instead stumble upon an elaborate cover-up that subverts
the purpose of their mission.
Spun by operatives with intersecting agendas,
Miller must hunt through covert and faulty intelligence
hidden on foreign soil for answers that will either
clear a rogue regime or escalate a war in an unstable
region. At this blistering time and in this combustible
place, he will find the most elusive weapon of all is
Hardly any action and too much talking. I don't see why this movie has gotten so many high scores.
If you're expecting to be entertained like The Bourne Trilogy, don't waste your time. There is very little action to this movie.
Very interesting movie talking about the war iraq and how/what happens
Military inspire some confidence:
Number of stories you read on the war in Iraq. Attacks after attacks, you're lost. Will this conflict ever end? The film take place when the U.S. government took possession of Iraq after Saddam Hussein period.
The film has substance, it is a hot topic and the action is well done. Matt Damon has wanted to work with real soldiers. The author of the book which is based the film wanted to show that the Americans were invading Iraq under false pretences. There were weapons of mass destruction to find. The Iraqis do not understand why the Americans landed because they had already signed an agreement prohibiting the production of weapons. But the project gav